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    Great find! I got one over the winter I need to get cleaned up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarolLady
    Great find! I got one over the winter I need to get cleaned up.
    Yeah, I'm gonna have the wiring looked at before I make any attempts to use it. It looks fine, but just to be sure...lol.

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    Congrats! You will love sewing on your "new" machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugalfabrics
    Quote Originally Posted by CarolLady
    Great find! I got one over the winter I need to get cleaned up.
    Yeah, I'm gonna have the wiring looked at before I make any attempts to use it. It looks fine, but just to be sure...lol.
    I had to add a foot pedal to mine for some reason it had been cut off.

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    Mine has the foot pedal, but it's attached to the side of the cabinet...

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    I think I remember that machine when it came out... lol I love old stuff.

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    Beautiful addition to your family! Oh how I wish I could find such a gem......

    She a beauty!

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    These are my old machines.My treadle machine is my grandmothers so its really special to me.But they are all special in their on way.

    Can someone help me.I can' t get my pictures uploaded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLady
    These are my old machines.My treadle machine is my grandmothers so its really special to me.But they are all special in their on way.

    Can someone help me.I can' t get my pictures uploaded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frugalfabrics
    ok, looked everything up I could find about it.
    Made on 2/14/1955
    Model 66
    15,000 made
    FactoryName: Elizabethport
    Elizabeth, New Jersey
    serial#AL957769

    Paid $30

    I just downloaded the manual...so now I'll clean it up and see if it works. If not, I can still use it in my sewing room for decoration.
    This is amazing. I was just reading a your post, so I decided to check my serial number on my Singer 66. The serial# AL958286. We have sister machines, lol. I remember is was made in 1955 but did not remember the date. I just had it serviced last week. I bought it at a thrift store for $40. It came with a cabinet and sewing stool full of attachments. This baby is also heavy. I will post a picture when I put it back in the cabinet.

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